DIY Peach therapy bracelet!

Hi Folks,
Doesn’t peach color look so therapeutic ?? I am in love with this color ❀ ❀
I made a bracelet using white crochet doily for one of my colleague as wedding gift.
My friend liked it and wanted me to make something like that for her. I thought I had already made one in white,
why to make another in the same color? So I made a bracelet using peach color lace!

Materials required:-
Lace of your color choice (Crochet one looks even more pretty)
Beads of your choice
Headpins
Ribbon clamps
Clasp (I used Lobster clasp)
Charm of your choice
Jump rings
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Start by measuring out the lace and apply glue to places where you are going to cut. This will prevent from fraying of lace. Here is the cut portion.
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Add your beads to headpins. I chose pink crystals and white pearls. Ooh!! they add so much elegance to the peach color lace.
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Bend the (around 8mm) headpin at 90 degrees. Form a loop using round nose pliers.
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Slightly open the loop and insert onto the lace. I chose bottom portion where it rests on the wrist so that the beads are dangling from bracelet and resting on the wrist/palm. You can sew the dangling portion so that it stays on the bracelet in same place and also rests on your wrist/palm.
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Add your ribbon clamps, attach using E6000 glue so that it sticks well with the bracelet.
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Add a charm to it, I added using some chain so that charm dangles from your wrist! It looks very pretty!
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Here is the final look of the bracelet … πŸ™‚
Do let me know if you made one and share your comments about this DIY.

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